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Fabiola Zamora and Danaé Salazar, Racial Profiling DF, Racial Profiling, Mex and the City
Revista 192

www.revista192.com

In 2008, Danaé and Fabiola launched Revista 192, Mexico’s own large-format independent fashion magazine. Aimed to be provocative and fashion oriented, the two friends turned business partners find great satisfaction shooting, styling, and casting many of the models themselves. Fabiola is a fashion photographer while Danaé is a journalist. They have a vision and want to elevate Mexico. The magazine is published and printed in Mexico City but takes on collaborators from around the world, it reflects the budding culture of Mexican society where fashion and design continues to take on greater influence. sold in boutiques, hotels, and book stores in Mexico City and distributed in Paris and Berlin. Think of 192 as a piece of art.


Fabiola Zamora Vélez
Age: 33
Place of Birth: México City
Parents Place of Birth: México City
Occupation: Photographer & co-founder and editor-in-chief of 192 magazine.

Describe a typical day.
I never start my day without a huge cup of coffee. I walk to my office, which is 10 minutes from home. I have a Rodhesian Ridgeback named Gala that goes with me everywhere. I go back home for lunch. I usually go back to work at 5 if I don’t have any other appointment, meetings or photo shoots. Then go back home at night, read something, or watch True Blood before going to bed.

Which neighborhood do you live in and why?
Roma, its so beautiful, with French style buildings, beautiful streets, trees, restaurants.

How do you help make Mexico City a better place to live?
I run a magazine that tries to show the best and the most talented part of our community.

Where did you go to school? What did you study?
Universidad Intercontinental UIC. Communication Arts.

What was your first source of inspiration in your professional career?
All the art exhibitions, books, and photography my parents shared with me since I was little.

What is your drink of choice?
Water, coffee, and Champagne.

Who is your favorite thinker?
Epicurus.

Name your favorite song.
“Something About Us” by Daft Punk always brings out a good smile from me.

Name your favorite book.
La velocidad de las cosas by Rodrigo Fresan and Los periodistas by Vicente Leñero.

Name your favorite blog.
The Sartorialist,

Name a Mexican you admire.
The muralists Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco. There work is so strong, they really move me.

What do you think has helped influence the rising popularity of Mexico as a country?
Our culture and the uniqueness of our people.

What do you think about the cross-cultural phenomenon between Mexico and New York?
I will always find NY as a source of inspiration for what I do in México.


Danaé Salazar
Age: 36
Place of Birth: Mexico City
Parents Place of Birth: Mexico City
Occupation/ Aspiration: Journalist

Describe a typical day:
I usually wake up at 6.30am, I go to my yoga class and then I take my dog Hamachi, a Rodhesian Rigeback to the park. I arrive to my office at 10AM. Some days we have photo shoots, some others we have full days of meetings. If we are lucky, we finish the day drinking a glass of Champagne.

Which neighborhood do you live in?
I live in Colonia Roma.

Share the best piece of advice you have been given.
The first one was given by my very good friend Renatta: Don‘t take yourself so seriously; no one else does. The other one was given by my friend and neighbor, Gonzalo: Smoke weed everyday.

Where did you go to school? What did you study?
I studied a BA in Communication at Universidad Iberoamericana.

What was your first source of inspiration in your professional career?
When I bought the XX issue of Wallpaper magazine. Since that day I wanted to work in the editorial industry.

What is your drink of choice?
Coffee in the morning and Champagne anytime.

Who is your favorite thinker?
Luis Alberto de Cuenca.

Who is your favorite designer or brand.
Lanvin

Name your favorite book.
Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo.

Name your favorite blog.
The Sartorialist.

Name a Mexican you admire.
Elena Poniatowska.

Describe similarities between NY/DF
They are both chaotic —noise, cars, claxons, stress, rush—. There is always something to do.

Share a secret nook in DF and NY where you like to hide or escape to?
In NY, the Botanical Garden in Brooklyn. In Mexico City, San Juan market, where you can find a really good selection of cheese and have a glass of wine.

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